You usually see them in diving competitions. The water spouting into the pool gives the divers perspective on the distance to the surface of the pool.
At the Olympics the only diving boards used are the 10 metre platform and the 3 metre springboard. At other competitions Olympians could also compete in the 1 metre board event but this is not an Olympic event. In club events, junior events and some national events, Olympic divers could also use the 5 metre platform and the 7.5 metre platform. In training there is sometimes a 3 metre platform available, which is not used in competitions.
Tom Daley enters National and International Diving competitions. This includes the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games.
Tom is famous for his Diving competitions.
This is classified information. Tom receives sponsorship money and a car to help him practice and compete in events Worldwide. You do not get paid to perform in competitions such as Diving.
how high is the highest diving board in olympic games i need this found out as soon as possible
Yes, diving has been an Olympic sport since the 1904 Games in St. Louis.
it's a sport during the summer olympics, where athletes who've trained for this compete. they dive off of springboards (3 meter) and platform (3,5,9 meter).
1 diving board and8 diving blocks!
Tom began diving at 7 years old and went on into competitions from aged 8.
No, but it is an Olympic sport.
He once won the Diving World championships, he has had several near misses on top places in various competitions and he got his first Olympic medal , a bronze, at London 2012.
Tom is an Athlete. He competes in Platform Diving competitions.
Tom competes in Diving.
they count how little the splash is... i think
Diving debuted at the 1904 Games in St. Louis.
Diving was introduced into the Olympics at the 1904 Games in St. Louis.
They see how good there tectonic is